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If you haven’t booked your ticket with Eventbrite, you can see the whole thing, including the afternoon debate and the speakers, by going to this link: https://plus.google.com/u/1/events/cetfloeim69ocnpp0a97d7dtjb8
It will be live from 11am right through till the event closes.
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Schools are sending pupils in the morning to sample some lessons from the Classroom; see the Turing memorabilia and learn about his extraordinary life and its shameful end; and do a code-breaking exercise using the machine Turing played a part in developing. University students will do the same in the afternoon and there will be a public debate addressing the statement ‘This House Believes Science Has Been the Enemy of the LGBT Community’.
The evening will be a sit down event with keynote speakers and entertainment courtesy of Norwich Rainbow Choir. Maths lecturer and Turing expert S Barry Cooper and Science Museum and Annika Joy, Head of Audience Research & Advocacy are among the speakers.
Not surprisingly the theme is Maths, Science and Engineering.
If you want to join in the fun and learn a few things along the way and you didn’t get round to booking a ticket, watch us on the live stream!